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  • Ogallala firm hired for city attorney services

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican McQuillan & McQuillan PC of Ogallala was approved Monday night as the city of Imperial’s attorney. Josh Wendell, 33, an attorney with the firm, will be attending the twice-a-month city council meetings to provid...
  • County tax request goes up nearly eight percent for 2011-12 budget

    Increase over last two budgets totals nearly 14 percent By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Chase County taxpayers will again see an increase in the taxes they pay for county operations next year. The tax request submitted by the county commissione...
  • Champion Lake full, cool

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican After flood damage several years ago, Champion Lake is again full and ready for activities. Repair of the dam and lake bed has been completed and approved by the Department of Water Resources, according to Jill Full...
  • Blood draws available during mini health fair

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Through Sept. 22 area residents have the chance to be tested for a number of medical issues through a Mini Health Fair blood draw. Chase County Community Hospital is offering the procedure between 7-10 a.m each day. T...
  • Influenza shots now available

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Influenza is contagious, and the season is now upon us. Chase County Clinic has a supply of the vaccine and is giving it to those who desire it. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends influenza vaccinations f...
  • Flynn touts years as businessman in his quest for U.S. Senate nomination

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Pat Flynn believes the 2012 U.S. Senate race in Nebraska is about leadership. And one thing he has the other Republican candidates do not, he said, is nearly 30 years of experience as a private businessman. Flynn, 52,...
  • Local 4-Her in top 10 for sheep showmanship at State Fair

    Shandra Johnson of Imperial, a junior at Chase County Schools, finished in ninth place at the Nebraska State Fair sheep showmanship contest. She was among more than 160 4-Hers who competed in the contest this year in Grand Island. The top 10 sheep showmen...
  • NRD board raises occupation tax to $10 limit in new budget

    Funds to pay off augmentation land, more acreage retirement By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Irrigators in the Upper Republican Natural Resources District (URNRD) will pay $10 per irrigated acre in occupation taxes next year and $1.157 million in ...
  • Last brand input meeting to be held this week in Kearney

    There is only one more opportunity to go to a Nebraska Cattlemen-sponsored brand input meeting where participants will be talking about brand inspection, brand recording and brand investigation. The last brand input meeting will be tonight (Thursday) at t...
  • Several adult education classes started in Imperial

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Mid-Plains Community College is offering several classes for adults eager to improve their education. One is Adult Education, and one is English Language/Civics. The Adult Education program was designed to improve bas...
  • Grasshoppers in winter wheat should be managed now

    Grasshoppers that emerged this summer could now be a problem to this year’s emerging winter wheat, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln entomologist said. Emerging winter wheat has very limited foliage so large grasshopper numbers can easily keep the wheat ...
  • Assisted living celebrated this week

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Imperial Parkview Heights is celebrating National Assisted Living Week along with the nation, Sept. 11-17. An open house is scheduled for today (Thursday) from 2-4 at the facility at 9905 Grant St. Parkview Heights is...
  • Wauneta women inspire others impacted by cancer

    By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze To Mindi Goings it’s not a cancer walk so much as a cancer march. “Because that’s what we do even with all we are dealing with—chemo, radiation, doctor visits, hospitalizations— we march. We just keep on marching ...
  • 9/11 tribute, impressive airshow spark emotions

    While in Lincoln to cheer on the Huskers, Russ wanted to seize the opportunity to watch the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels flight demonstration team during an airshow the next day. We’ve had the fortune of connecting with Miss America on various occasions an...
  • Hard to find event with more impact than 9/11

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor Some events are permanently engraved in our memories. Many of us in the U.S. recalled one such event last Sunday, Sept. 11, when the 10th anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks by terrorists was ...
  • Judge: Stuart Gordon not competent for trial; medication ordered

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The State of Nebraska’s case against Stuart A. Gordon took a detour last month as the 23-year-old was found not competent to stand trial. The judge in the case also ordered that the defendant undergo medical treatme...
  • CCS students earn savings bonds at state fair

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Students from Chase County Schools earned a number of awards and honors at the Nebraska State Fair’s Education Department contest. This year’s theme was “My Favorite Place in Nebraska.” Youth competed in art, ...
  • Lady Longhorns down Wray in varsity volleyball action

    Varsity takes three of four from Lady Eagles By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County gave up one game, but captured the other three and the match in home high school volleyball action last Thursday. Coach Jodie Schuller said her team came ou...
  • Spickelmier wins steer wrestling event at Chadron State rodeo

    Imperial native Miles Spickelmier won the steer wrestling event at the Chadron State College rodeo last weekend, where he is in his senior year of study. He took first in the event with times of 5.8 and 5.0 seconds. His hazer is Jake Kraupie of Bridgeport...
  • JV team gets win at Scottsbluff tourney

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Playing eight games over two days with just 11 players available, members of the Lady Longhorn softball team could have gotten worn out and tired. But Coach Denise Smith said her players hung in there during the heavy...

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